S. Nagaraj

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tion in any of the scales developed in the West. Regarding his comments (c) and (d) I must remind him that no matter how refined the scale, it has been consistently reported that the coefficient of correlation between stressful life events and illness were invariably below 0.3, suggesting that a major part of the relationship is not being measured by these(More)
105 eradicate poverty and his plan to write a book 'Rationalism and Religion'. Informants gave the details of his behaviour changes as follows: Patients did not work in his shop, spent Rs. 500/-lavishly, tore clothes, looked at mirror inappropriately , stopped taking daily bath, overtalka-tive, ran cycle aimlessly with deflated tyres, wandered to different(More)
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